O Que Nos Ensinam os Novos Meios Sobre o Livro no Livro do Desassossego
The article starts with a comparison between the cases of The Man Without Qualities and the Book of Disquiet, works typically described as tokens of the modernist book. This comparison is followed by a reading of the fundamental production strategies of the Book of Disquiet and a questioning of the contribution of digital archives to the concept of the book.
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